“The task is not to find the object, but to live the journey, with passion, and risk, and commitment, and danger.” - Dr. James Hollis, What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life
Tiny, dependent, and at the mercy of the world around us, we all have to adapt, adjust, bury, deny, split-off and repress, and thereby lose contact with our own sovereignty and natural source of guidance. The core project of the second half of life is the recovery of that source. Led by internationally acclaimed Jungian analyst and author Dr. James Hollis, this workshop will focus on 21 steps we can take toward the recovery of our personal journey.
Are you living your own fearless, authentic life? What really matters most to you?
James Hollis, PhD currently serves as Executive Director of the Jung Society in Washington, DC, and has served as Executive Director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, professor of Jungian Studies at Saybrook University in San Francisco, and Senior Training Analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He was the first Director of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and is president emeritus of the Philemon Foundation. Dr. Hollis has authored 15 books including Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life; What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life; The Middle Passage; and Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives.
Saturday, May 5th
10am - 12pm
213 Roseneath Road
$25.00 - Members
$48.00 - Non-Members
$50.00 - Non-Members (Admission + 50% off Chrysalis annual membership)